Two accidents halt traffic in Houston
A wreck in Houston, Texas, involving a tractor trailer and a car caused traffic to come to a halt on Sunday, February 5, 2012, reports KHOU.com.
The accident between the two vehicles caused more than 220 gallons of fuel to spill from the tractor trailer onto the westbound lanes, reports the source.
Simultaneous to the first crash, a second wreck occurred several yards behind the oil spill, which subsequently caused a fire. Fortunately, the fire was safely put out with extinguishers before it ignited the oil spill.
No injuries were reported, and traffic began flowing again a few hours later.
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